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Simple alignment of drawing texts.

A - answer If you need to align several text entities (e.g. left-align texts to a border) just select all text objects to be aligned (justified), open the Properties palette (Ctrl+1) and set a new common X-coordinate (Geometry: X-position).

You can use the TJUST Express Tool to adjust text justification before changing its alignment.

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applies to: AutoCAD · AutoCAD LT ·

See also:
Tip 10244:How to make DWG texts readable in a 3D view (align to view)?
Tip 10028:My linetype does not reverse. Why?
Tip 9336:Dimensional value or resultant geometry is inconsistent with existing configuration.
Tip 8837:MText justification does not hold.
Tip 8646:How to run 3D Anaglyph plug-in in Inventor 2012?

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